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Three Cheese Quiche

Three Cheese Quiche created by kittycatmom

This quiche has three types of cheese in it making it rich and custardy. It is very versatile. Any kind of meat, vegetable or herb can be added. I like it with spinach or asparagus. I've even fixed it with just fresh basil in it.

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1hr 10mins
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  • Beat together the eggs, milk and sugar.
  • Add the cheeses, flour, butter, baking powder and meat of your choice and mix well.
  • Pour into a 9-inch unbaking pie shell or quiche pan.
  • Bake in a preheated 400 degree oven for approximately 60 minutes.
  • If the crust starts getting too brown, wrap some foil around the crust.
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"This quiche has three types of cheese in it making it rich and custardy. It is very versatile. Any kind of meat, vegetable or herb can be added. I like it with spinach or asparagus. I've even fixed it with just fresh basil in it."
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  1. KittyCat1225
    I agree with kittycatmom. The oven's temperature was too high at 400 degrees. After I read kittycatmom's review, I checked my quiche and the edges were already brown after 10 minutes, so, I lowed the heat to 350 degrees and placed foil over the edges. I made my quiche with ham and mushrooms also, and used cheddar and muenster cheeses (since those are the cheeses I had in the fridge). The quiche is delicious. I, too, thank Crazycook for posting this recipe.
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  2. kittycatmom
    Three Cheese Quiche Created by kittycatmom
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  3. kittycatmom
    This is a good basic quiche recipe. I think any veggies or meat combinations can be added to this. I made one plain - cheeses only, and one with ham and mushrooms. Both were good. I think however the baking time and temperature needs to be adjusted. 400F for 1 hour is far to long and too high! I baked for 10 minutes at 400F then turned the temperature down to 350 for 30 minutes. Which worked just great. Thanks for posting Crazycook! Made for 2009 Spring PAC
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  4. Crazycook in PA
    This quiche has three types of cheese in it making it rich and custardy. It is very versatile. Any kind of meat, vegetable or herb can be added. I like it with spinach or asparagus. I've even fixed it with just fresh basil in it.
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